Tokyo was mind-blowing. But we wanted someplace quieter to finish out our time in Japan. Little did we know that when we booked at Ayae’s B&B, we’d hit the jackpot. We’re so lucky to have met someone as sweet and creative as Ayae. We enjoyed our week so much, we booked for another two weeks. She taught us so much about the land and culture as well as warmly welcoming us as friends.
The B&B is in the traditional Japanese style and a completely new experience for both Taylor and I. That means kimonos, taking your shoes off at the door, miso soup and rice for breakfast, eating meals cross legged on the floor and sleeping on traditional bed mats. It took sometime to get use to, but something we’ll never forget.
A family run business, the B&B been passed down for three generations. Ayae has taken the reigns and turned it into Japan’s first organic B&B. She just started an Instagram, so go live vicariously through her wonderful photos.
As a gift for our wonderful stay, Taylor helped launch her new english website. Check it out!